Posts Tagged ‘war’
By trying to sharpen its edges when sincere, simple empathy suits it fine, “Max” swerves its story in the worst possible direction.
The highest-grossing film of 2014, George Lucas's animated musical and a Russian melodrama lead this week's crop of new DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Despite its shortcomings, “Patton” is a time capsule that exhibits the 1950s studio epic aesthetic in a new 1970s style.
Peter Berg's appropriately harrowing, horrifying and humbling war film only goes Hollywood after running an unshakably exhausting gauntlet of authenticity.
The Expendables are back and blowing every bad guy and '80s action movie cliche out of the water.
Fifteen documentaries made the Oscar shortlist, but how come we haven't heard of so many of them? Are they any good?
The only thing beefier than Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell is the unexpectedly substantial drama in this historical action film.
A nerve-shredding thriller that also offers subtle civilian-in-wartime commentary and a revelatory performance from Ryan Reynolds.
This World War II documentary covers one battle with insight and deserving emotion.
"A Very Long Engagement" — a dark, engaging fairytale of epic emotions and scope — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Brilliantly tense and harrowingly claustrophobic, Samuel Maoz's "Lebanon" is the war film you haven't seen, but should.
"Tropic Thunder" — in which stars' collective Paramount hits become prank escrow — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.